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September 09, 2021

As the summer comes to an end, football fans across the country gear up for their favorite season of the year. From rival college competitions to NFL games, fans are ready to cheer their teams to victory! Whether you are hosting a watch party at your home or attending the next big game, there are certain products that you should have no matter where you are watching from. During this season, it is important to have healthy items on hand that make it easy for you to stick to your health goals! In this article, we will share five must-have products for your upcoming football festivities.

1. Veggie Tray

On a table full of chips, sliders, and hot dogs, it is important to have a healthy option to add to your plate! Vegetable trays typically include colorful options such as tomatoes, cucumbers, broccoli, carrots, and celery. When consumed raw, these vegetables offer a vast array of benefits. Broccoli boosts iron levels. Tomatoes boost vitamin B and potassium levels. Cucumbers promote hydration and contain magnesium. Carrots are loaded with beta-carotene and vitamin C. Celery is a low-calorie product that is great for dipping. When you fill your plate with these powerhouse nutrients, you can feel your best from the kick-off to the final quarter.

2. Tailgate Games

At a tailgate party, it is important to have games for your guests to play. Many people enjoy tossing the football or throwing the frisbee. Typical tailgate games include cornhole, horseshoes, and ladder toss.  These activities encourage people to integrate movement throughout gameday.


During a hot game, it is easy to snag a sports drink as a means of rehydration. Unfortunately, these sugar-packed drinks can cause your energy levels to spike and crash. When you fill your cooler with BIOLYTE, you can hydrate effectively with a product containing 6.5X more electrolytes than the average sports drink. The natural sugars in BIOLYTE help fight fatigue and boost energy levels. The IV in a bottle will help you stay hydrated before, after and during the big game.

4. Salsa

Salsa is an antioxidant-rich food that is loaded with Vitamin C. Salsa products are typically high in fiber and don't contain fats or sugars. Since this product is typically made of raw vegetables, it is a low-calorie alternative to many other dips. Make sure to bring whole-grain chips or vegetables to use for dipping.

5. Lean Proteins

Lean sources of protein help fuel and strengthen the body. Make sure that each of your meals and snacks throughout the day are well-rounded and include protein. This macronutrient helps you feel fuller for longer. Rather than reaching for fried foods, try grilling a selection of lean proteins to share at your event.

This game day, you can stock up on healthy snacks that will keep you satisfied all day long. Bringing a selection of outdoor games to your event allows you to interact and engage with others while integrating movement throughout the day. Choose to start or end your bash with a BIOLYTE to reset your system and promote cellular balance in the body.

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